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I believe that everyone across our county should have the opportunity to be healthy, to build wealth, and to be safe. Together, we can make Washtenaw County a land of opportunity for all.

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your zip code should not determine your destiny

Delivering on our vision of opportunity for all

our campaign will only be successful with your support

Donations by check can be mailed to Friends of Justin Hodge, 1606 Huron St #970491, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 

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Your zip code should not determine the opportunities available to you. I will fight to ensure the health, wealth, and safety of all Washtenaw County residents.


In this video, I answer the following questions from the organization "Ypsi Can I Share?" as part of their voter empowerment series:

  1. What is your personal passion?

  2. How do you connect with and learn from people who have been excluded from the electoral process?

  3. If elected, how will the community know that you are representing our needs?

The League of Women Voters of Ann Arbor Area held a candidate forum for my race on June 22, 2020. This video playlist contains my opening statement, my answers to all of their questions, and my closing statement. Each video in the playlist will play automatically.

I sat down for an interview with Alex Thomas on May 3, 2020 to discuss the issues facing our county and my plans for addressing them. Tune in for a wide-ranging discussion on topics including social determinants of health, economic inequality, and access to vital services.

According to the Equality of Opportunity Study in 2015, growing up in Washtenaw County could hurt children's future earning potential. This is why I have been advocating for a countywide Children’s Savings Accounts program.


Children’s Savings Accounts are asset development tools that can be used as a catalyst for upward economic mobility. My colleagues and I had the opportunity to present our proposal to the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners on March 9, 2020 about this important issue.

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